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Our Boldest Move Yet

Over the years, Eventide has set the standard for senior care. Now during our boldest move yet, our vision is to build a replacement Skilled Nursing Facility in phase one, and incorporate the household model of resident-directed care. The proposed nursing facility will serve nearly 80 residents daily and provide services for seniors needing short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, memory support or hospice care.

Eventide leaders are taking bold steps to adequately serve multiple generations of future residents. A substantial financial investment in facilities, programs and people is required to transform our community’s health care future. An Eventide transition to fully capture the household design is dependent upon the creation of new facilities.

Private Resident Rooms Floorplan

The following are the most critical design elements:
· Majority of private resident rooms

· Larger resident bathrooms
· Household dedicated to memory care
· Private outdoor courtyards
· Family spaces
· Kitchen within household
· Shorter distance in household
· Greater resident dignity and privacy
· Resident and staff empowerment
· Increased socialization

Phase two will be to add to our continuum by building a Memory Support Assisted Living. When the timing is appropriate for phase two, the memory assisted living will be constructed to adjoin Silveridge Assisted Living, and will serve an additional 16 tenants.


We Need Your Help!

This kind of change cannot be accomplished by just our organization. It takes a community. Your investment will mean a better community in which to live in and an enhanced quality of life for you and your loved ones.

The entire cost for the nursing facility is approximately $15 million. To maintain Eventide’s sustainability, a fundraising goal of $3 million must be met.

Eventide is a non-profit charitable organization and is a tax exempt entity under section 501(c)(3). Your contribution to the Grow Bold With Us Campaign will be tax deductible.

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